Chris Dundon - Metamorphasis

The story of my transition into web development

Voyage Tracker

Over time, I have joined several sailing clubs. They have a fleet of club boats and lend them to members – annual membership dues cover the cost of the fleet. Sailing clubs are a lot of fun and you meet great people on the water.

Off on my own

The CLI-Scrape-Gem lab exceeded my expectations. It was hard! It is 3AM Sunday night / Monday morning. I’ve been working for over 8 hours today and I am HAPPY. This was my first opportunity to show my mettle without strong support from the Flatiron School. I was left to figure it out on my own.

Manufacturing Lemonade

I read a lot of self-help books authored by Norman Vincent Peale, Jeffrey Gitomer, Dale Carnegie… I am planning to give Napoleon Hill a read soon. These wise men/women share many concepts. One of the most important things I have found in their work is:

Getting on Track

Progress To Date:

Why Study Web Development at the Flatiron School?

In January 2018, I decided to return to software development. The career served me well in the past. Given the demand for developers, I expect that it will serve me for some time to come. Plus, I enjoy coding.